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and it is not controversial. we're here because the planning code mandates any vehicle lear related use in this n.c.t. district, neighborhood commercial transit, requires commission approval. before the zoning for this district changed to n.c.t. a few years ago, vehicle lear repair -- vehicular repair shops were a use in the right. the immediate neighborhood is now filled with repair shops of all stripes and have been in this area for years. within a three-block radius, i counted a total of 23 different businesses that service cars and motorcycles. this number includes five other motorcycle repair shops, seven automobile service centers. there's also a collision shop, a muscler shop, and several shops that replace glass for automobiles as well as four major car dealerships that sell and repair cars and two other businesses that specifically sell motorcycle clothing and accessories, so the point is that there's a very high concentration of businesses catering to vehicular use. i'd also like to mention there's been no opposition to this project from any of the neighbors. this is not a controversial
in the arts, honoring norman lear, gary trudeau, oliver stone, matt stone, and trey parker." was that pretty much your intent, become a living legend in free expression here? yeah, i think-- this is pretty heavy company here. do you like that picture of us? yeah, when matt and i were, like, 20, i said, "matt, how can we be honored someday for anything?" and we figured, "let's do a cartoon and go that route." so it's-- "how can i be in the same room with oliver stone-- and not at the playboy mansion?" [laughter] where would i be? norman lear was here earlier and talked about how much he enjoyed your show. and he sits down with a nephew, i guess, and he says the bonding experience-- and it was the highest praise. he said what he felt most positively by your show is that it's evocative and people talk about it afterwards. and he said that's all he ever hoped for with his programs. and that's the highest praise possible. yeah-- no, and it was really-- and coming from him, because we were definitely influenced by him as well. and when we saw-- you know, we grew up sort of more with sitcoms like d
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:0 9:00 a.m. i've got your forecast here. u will notice an increase in the humidity. lear skies overhead now. t looks and feels like the last couple of mornings. our ressure dominating weather. similar conditions. 59 at gaithersburg. 67 in frederick. . in lexington park 90's this afternoon. o will be warm but not to humid. that is the key. humidity. orth winds three to eight. saturday, sunday and monday, fourth of july, increasing humidity tomorrow. bright sunshine. 90's.in the low and humid, azy, hot mid 90's. the chance of thunderstorms te sunday and even lingering into the early part of monday. i think that is our best chance and time frame for storms. sunday evening, sunday night d then the early part of independence day on july 4. high temperatures in the point . at now. is pretty smooth we're kind of interested to see unfold.gs o have any re going t semblens of a rush hour this morning. it looks great. and uiet on route four route five. looks great across the bay bridge. no delays in case you want to coot away early. 270 typically sees a little bit more action this tim
homicide. after the judge sentenced her, she was given a chance to lear her name by offering her a new trial. her lawyers said they will consider the judge's offer. >>> a 6-year-old girl attacked by a shark said she forgives him because he didn't mean to do it. lucy was boogie boarding with her mom in north carolina when the shark smashed at her leg from behind her. medics rushed her to the hospital and there was a torn artery but no permanent damage. she'll be up and around in six or eight weeks. >>> coming up on the news edge, the local woman trying to bring mambo sauce to the masses. >>> lord, i want to thank you for my smoking hot wife tonight, lisa. >> it's being described by some as the best prayer ever. what this pastor has to say for himself after this video went viral. >>> but first jessie james single again. the guy best known for cheating on sandra bullock now calling it quits in l.a. with cat von d. the reason is the distance. he lives in texas with his three kids and she lives in california. the couple planned to get par -- to get married this summer. >>> big changes for m
th state. maryland governor o'malley said he will sponsor a same sex marriage bill lear next year. . >>> dominic strauss khan, this maid said, slammed her head into a door. he she said she ran out of the room an told authorities immediately. prosecutors admit that there are some problems with her credibility. >> >> as tim williams reports, this is a fitting location embraced by the community for a garden in honor of coretta scott king. >> reporter: the first-of-its- kind in the nation. a memorial garden has been completed to honor the late coretta scott king. >> often times, as great as dr. king was. people overlooked the fact that there were literally millions of people who made the civil rights movement what it was and 1 of the chief persons was his wife. >> planning started after her death. it has taken $200 thousand in private donations to complete. but it will be open to the public, 365 days a year. carl snow den, the director of the attorney general's office of civil rights >>> >> a courageous and wonderful woman. she helped to expand the whole notion of human rights in our
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of our institutions? first, did it cut it as drama? >> rupert murdoch is a bit like king lear, and he is rather surprised how it has turned out. the tension between james murdoch and elizabeth murdock is one of the stories. another is the way that rebecca brooks. and then you have the slightly unexpected situation that comes about because of that. >> you claimed they had made a major mistake. can i ask what mistake you were referring to? >> one of the thing about courtroom drama, there is the unexpected hero. in this instance, it was tom watson. one of the other features was the long pauses, and pauses in theater tend to be associated with chekhov and harold pinter. these were softened daunted -- these were self indulgent beyond that point. >> we spoke to a lawyer who worked for robert maxwell's sons when he faced and p.'s in the 1990's. >> to me, the most electrifying moment was james explaining the situation up until recently in trying to find a rationale for justifying it, and frankly failing miserably in that way. >> i know that certain legal fees were paid by the company, and i w
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. >> yeah, with hair. >> jon: you can also see denis learing and friends on the thinning the herd tour. >> oh, that's right, i'm on tour. >> jon: wednesday night at -- >> you can read this why can't you reads one of tease books when they come out. >> and at the these never new jersey july 15th. denis leary. (cheers and applause) >> jon: that's our show, join us tomorrow night at 11:00. kid rock is going to be here. here is your moment of zen. >> the defense is sloppy and these could have been asked the first three times they called him to the stand. this defense is like a fart in a blizzard. captioning sponsored by comedy central captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >> stephen: tonight surprising revelations about the beatles. they may have run out of new formats in which you must rebuy all their music. and now the natural gas industry tries to counter bad press. i suggest blaming the gas on the dog dog. slav (laughter) >> then i sit down with the founding publisher of skeptic magazine, or so he claims (laughter) >> a new study found that men like to cuddle and anoth
see denis learing and friends on the thinning the herd tour. >> oh, that's right, i'm on tour. >> jon: wednesday night at -- >> you can read this why can't you reads one of tease books when they come out. >> and at the these never new jersey july 15th. denis leary. (cheers and applause) you didn't get a miller lite? no. what's the difference? miller lite has more taste. i don't care. i just got one of these. well that's the second unmanly thing you've done today. what was the first? ahhhhh! get me off this thing right now! get me off this thing! get me off this thing! yeah, i guess that was unmanly... [ male announcer ] man up. choose a light beer with more taste. grab a miller lite vortex bottle. taste greatness. hey, look. i made t-shirts! awesome.
for things like lear jets and oil companies. >> this is great sound bites. >> and rejected out of-- >> go ahead. >> a democrat now all of a sudden embracing ronald reagan, that's hysterical. let me tell you-- >> he would be more than a republican-- >> i deal in current history not manufactured history like i just heard. >> oh. >> how about president obama ran against bush tax cuts. who reupped the bush tax cuts in a lame duck congress, in the white house, they're now obama's tax cuts. so the thing that president obama instituted and reinstituted and he's now running against? are you saying he was wrong back in the lame duck congress with the bush tax cuts. >> he was-- >> he was? really? >> he was wrong to have the tax cuts extended especially for the richest 1% of americans. >> why did he do it? why did he do it? >> brad, let me get in here. for you to deny that reagan didn't pass the tax equity and-- >> i'm not living 30 years ago, i'm living now, i'm living in conditions now. >> a response-- >> let me jump in for a second. >> in response to an economy that was out of control. >> jamie:
norman lear who is dean of television rights, the guy who did all income, the jefferson, virtually every major show of the 1970s but he's also founder for the people of american way. i asked him to stand up against such discrimination. he hasn't returned my call, twice. it's worse than that. he also refused the call of the hollywood reporter and variety. there's a nonperson group dedicated to diverse lot in hollywood. a high ranking member of this caucus. norman is a cofounder of the caucus. two major hollywood conservatives, the austin a mid-writer for the apprenticeship of lenny kravitz, and norman those of form of cbs entertainment editor and resigned from the caucus in protest over those comments. not only has norman they're not sitting to the caucus itself refused to pass an anti-discrimination leslie should claiming amazingly enough that they're a nonpartisan organization and, therefore, cannot come out against discrimination. [laughter] it's purely orwellian. they are against it so they can't stand up against discrimination based on partisanship. that's how it works in hollywood.
marked a chemo meant in history. >> >> then, lear's something you would expect to see in california. somewhat unusual location where these wildfires are burning. > >> coming up, temperature change you can expect tomorrow and when 90-degree heat returns to our bay area forecast. . >>> a parade in san jose -- 21 years ago, the americans with disabilities act became law. members and supporters of the silicone valley independent living center marched along north 1st street to celebrate the milestone. legislation outlawed job, housing education against disabled people. >> >>> former president clinton most important military advisors and an early advocate against don't ask don't tell has died. he served as chairman of the joint chiefs of staff under president clinton. the retired general suffered a stroke in 2004 and died from complications at 75. president obama praised him as making america a safer and better place. late today, democratic house leader nancy pelosi said the general was a powerful advocate for men and women in uniform and their families and he spoke the truth against the
back in tomorrow night. lear's how it breaks down. tomorrow, this low pressure center intensifying it is it has all week. temperatures will continue to dip or level off and friday, a slight tweak. this weekend, high pressure will reset itself or reinvest itself, temperatures beginning to increase. bay area weekend. sunday, the warmest day on the weekend. not above average temperatures, warmer, forecast highs tomorrow like they were, today, 73 in brentwood, 70s in the santa claira valley. cool 65 in san francisco, half moon bay, 68 degrees. tomorrow just like today, which was just like yesterday, which was like the day before. the real change on friday as the clouds depart, we'll see more sunshine friday and increasing temperatures into the bay area, but not hot, just warmer. >>> thanks, bill >> >> chrysler is recalling more than a quarter million of its best selling vehicles. federal safety officials say 242,000 dodge ram pickups from danger of developing a steering problem. the >> reporter: affects the popular 15, 35 and 3500 series in the model years between 2008 and 2011. part o
in the family. >> yeah. >> at the time when norman lear wrote that show, there was nothing quite like that on television. there were no characters that really spoke that way, and norman lear really, he was an equal opportunity offend beer. [laughter] offender. but it was very important for him to show that face of kind of white, bigoted america. that was very important to him. he was very passionate about that. and he introduced the jeffersons on that show, a successful black family, a black entrepreneur, you know? and it was important for him that that character have dignity and have his own set of problems too, you know? but he always had dignity which i thought was very important. but the times are different now. you couldn't put a show like all in the family on network television today for whatever reason. but what was stark about it was that it was very truthful and honest about where america was at that time. so it's one of my favorite shows actually. >> let me say thank you to the schaumberg for this great venue and this audience. >> thank you, thank you. >> and i want to say t
in tomorrow night. lear's how it breaks down. tomorrow, this low pressure center intensifying it is it has all week. temperatures will continue to dip or level off and friday, a slight tweak. this weekend, high pressure will reset itself or reinvest itself, temperatures beginning to increase. bay area weekend. sunday, the warmest day on the weekend. not above average temperatures, warmer, forecast highs tomorrow like they were, today, 73 in brentwood, 70s in the santa claira valley. cool 65 in san francisco, half moon bay, 68 degrees. tomorrow just like today, which was just like yesterday, which was like the day before. the real change on friday as the clouds depart, we'll see more sunshine friday and increasing temperatures into the bay area, but not hot, just warmer. >>> thanks, bill >> >> chrysler is recalling more than a quarter million of its best selling vehicles. federal safety officials say 242,000 dodge ram pickups from danger of developing a steering problem. the >> reporter: affects the popular 15, 35 and 3500 series in the model years between 2008 and 2011. part of the steering sy
quarters to show you that video. >> this video just released lear this afternoon and what is interesting is what it doesn't show. in addition to the video, bart made public this photo of a knife investigators say the victim threw at police with a four inch blade but the video starts with two officers disembarking at the platform. the camera angle only shows the officer who fired and never captures charles hill. the video shows hills knife ricochet off the bart train, then flies on to the platform floor. bart says the officer fired as hill raised his hands to throw the knife but it's difficult to confirm. the video show that's when the ofgser fired a woman with a baby stroller appeared to be just feet away. bart says this is the only video of the shooting and there are 40 witnesses it doesn't appear any of them captured this on their cell phones. this may be the only video that exists. >> in this investigation going on, they're going to say whether it's justified or not. >> bart considers this to be serious. when a life is lost, it's always tragic. >> reporter: we learned today that the o
. >>guest: and now she is on a lear jet wherever she went. >>shepard: i wonder how high the moral dilemma is, if she told the whole story and you knew she was paid to do it, could you stop yourself from watching the whole story? as one who has lived this, it would be hard not to watch. if she is going to do it, everybody wanted from o.j. the "real" story. >>guest: if i did it, and then--. >>shepard: "here's what i did." >>guest: if she said i put a little chloroform on her and i panicked and dumped her, maybe, but if i beat her and threw her against the wall, and you know ... i don't think so. >>guest: no matter what she says look at millions and millions who watch thed trial, the story will have less, it will have more. it will be insanity. but, again, maybe some good could come from it. that would be the ideal. >>shepard: we love ideals. >>guest: and maybe i'll wake up with hair. >>shepard: i think that would be weird. >>guest: i have high school pictures. >>shepard: he does the joke with the kids, little kids, why does everybody else have hair? can you explain it? gentleman, than you -- t
himmler the conversation got round to shakespeare of all things. it was probably to lear and hamlet he was referring when adolf hitler said it was a, quote, misfortune that none of our great writers took his summit from german empiral history. imperial history. the english had shakespeare. as far as heros were concerned, only with imbeciles and madmen. very often this is what -- these are the ec la nations. people say hitler was an imbecile, he was stupid, too much of a corporal rather than a general, too intellectually inferior to win the war. this is not the case as we saw at the beginning of the war. he had stunning victories. even the victory over yugoslavia was won within three weeks when he allowed his generals to have their head. he wasn't intellectual inferior either, adolf hitler. in his amazing knowledge of the calipers of weapons and the gauges of railroad tracks and the weight of tanks and the speed of ships he was a bit of a train spotter. that's the sort of closest to typing. not ignorant by any means. neither was he a madman. he went mad towards the end of his life. who
, i thought that all the lears here came in a spit of compromise and a spirit of wanting to solve problems on behalf of the american people. everybody acknowledged that e issue of our debt and deficits is something that needs to be tackled now. everybody acknowledged that in order to do that democrats and republicans are going to be required in each chamber. >> rose: today's meeting comes as thehite house is said to be urging congress to consider a far reaching debt reduction plan. the proposals could include major cuts in entitlement programs in exchange for republican support for new revenues. before the white house meeting, house speaker john boehner said everything's on the table except raising taxes. >> rose: we believe that comprehensive tax reform both on the corporate side and personal sideould make america more competitive, help create jobs in our country, and it's something at's under discussion. we know the entitlement programs are important programs for tens of millions of americans. but we also know that if they're not reformed they won't exist in the future. there ar
in tunisia has not bee positive at all. but if i same time i lear from friends there that every day you have some new sifk group that arises and is you know carrying forward some a grenda. so i think these societies are bubbleing. they are bubbling in a messy way. we're going to have an election in tunisia in october, a presidential election in ypt soon after. and you know, like tom i think the trajectory is broadly, messly in the right direction in those two places. >> what struck me pick ing up on roger's point in tunisia, i went to seehe muslim brotherhood in cairo, on this trip, they have a brand-new office in the hills there, we bring progress to the people. we bring good things to life, kind of their ge thing. >> rose: making that run for office of their own party. >> exactly. here is what i sense and i have had a running conversation with them even when they were rning from mubaraand whatot. they know they didn't d th. i coul just smell it. they know this revolution was not by them, of them and for them. and they know this. and that i think is really important. they know the people ar
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